Learn How You Can Quickly Order Domino's with Chevrolet

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Domino’s and Chevrolet Have Partnered to Bring Innovation and Technology

I scream, you scream, we all scream for pizza. At least, that’s how Chevrolet sees it. Domino’s and Chevrolet have partnered up to bring us the latest in both the food and automotive industries. After combining corporate forces, these two titans of industry pioneered a way for Chevrolet drivers to order pizza from their car without having to consult their mobile phones.

Much like everything in the 21st century, the catalyst for this novel idea was digital convenience. In 2017, Chevrolet introduced its in-car virtual store. Much like its name suggests, this treasure trove of virtual splendor offers an assortment of applications and cloud software. When Domino’s developed their app earlier this year, it quickly found a home in Chevy’s Marketplace.

With the Domino’s application now available through Chevrolet’s in-vehicle infotainment system, pizza lovers can order pizza while on the go. To begin, set up your “Pizza Profile.” The app will prompt you to enter your name, number, and payment information, subsequently providing a menu for your perusal. From there, finalize your order by selecting your preferred delivery option. The app doesn’t automatically sync to your phone, so it won’t be able to detect your location.

With Chevy in the vanguard of industry developments, many car manufacturers are expected to follow suit. Marketers suggest that Ford and Cadillac are next in line to create a newfangled concept. Chevrolet is excited about their new partnership, and they hope to continue revolutionizing the ho-hum way in which society carries out daily tasks. To learn more about this up-and-coming trend, visit your local Chevy dealership.

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